Integrity is the property of preventing unauthorized modifications of an asset. In other words, integrity protects against the threat of tampering. It is one of the three key security properties of an asset, along with confidentiality and availability.

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Virtual Machine Integrity Hash Check

If I used virtualbox to create a snapshot template of a preconfigured linux machine and wanted to ensure that no one has tampered with my snapshot, could I simply keep a comparable hash of the VDI ...
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If someone hacks our server, how can we prevent them from decrypting data stored in Vault?

I have been tasked with evaluating Vault in our company and the first question asked by an architect was: If someone hacks our server, how can we prevent them from decrypting data stored in Vault? ...
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Does LUKS protect the filesystem integrity?

I have read in: http://css.csail.mit.edu/6.858/2013/readings/bitlocker.pdf that Bitlocker does not provide data integrity since it takes more space in the disk. The PDF says also that drive ...
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How to Verify the Integrity of the BlackBerry Momentics IDE Download for Linux

I am currently setting up development environments for BB10 apps on Linux workstations. BlackBerry provides their Momentics IDE for free from (https://developer.blackberry.com/native/downloads/). The ...
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AES and message properties

An active attacker changes the ciphertext which was made using the AES cipher algorithm. Which message properties are preserved even though that change was made. Choose one of the below: 1) Integrity ...
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Is the digital declaration just an obscure proposal?

One professor from my university proposed me and some colleagues to work on a paper about the digital declaration (which is supposed to be better than the digital signature) for passing the subject. ...
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How to properly store result of AEAD encryption

So for AEAD we have this scheme: encrypt(AD, Data) -> [key, cipher, tag] What if I want to provide some external identifier as an additional data (to be able to prove ext_id to get data back is ...
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How can security models be relevant to the current environment?

I am trying to understand the Clark-Wilson and Brewer Nash Security Models. After deep research, I couldn't find any solution or idea to find out the relevance of these models in the current ...
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how can I authenticate a process from kernel side?

I would like to authenticate and integrity check a single process before its execution. That authentication and integrity checks should be on kernel side for obvious reasons. I was thinking to add ...
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Which system files are targeted by malware on Windows XP?

On Windows XP, what are the main system files and DLL files are targeted by malware ? I need this information in order to make a hash of those files and check if my system will be compromised in the ...